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Qantas chief executive Alan Joyce: ‘Aussies love to travel.’

The Irish man leading Australia’s largest airline has said it will be mandatory for passengers to get vaccinated against Covid-19 before travelling on(...)

Qantas chief executive Alan Joyce. Photograph:  Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images

Qantas chief executive Alan Joyce expects Australia’s largest carrier to stop burning through cash and restore seat capacity to at least half its pre-(...)

 Crowded rush hour commuters in the London Underground before the pandemic. File photograph: Getty Images

I went back to the office for the first time in seven months the other day, expecting to find the place largely unchanged. A colleague who had just d(...)

Thai Airways pilot Akarapol Apanant demonstrates the controls as visitors to the airline’s flight simulator look on. Photograph: Sakchai Lalit/AP

Image of the week: Flying in theory Over in Australia, Qantas has been flogging its branded business-class pyjamas and old bar carts. But at the head(...)

 Dublin Aerospace chief executive Conor McCarthy at the company’s  maintenance facility in Dublin Airport. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

Just days after announcing that it was hiring 29 apprentices, aircraft maintenance specialist Dublin Aerospace confirmed that it was opening its first(...)

Qantas has axed its long-running sponsorship of the Wallabies as part of a coronavirus-related, cost-cutting drive, deepening the financial crisis engulfing Rugby Australia. File photograph: Getty Images

Rugby Australia’s brittle finances suffered a major blow on Wednesday when naming sponsor Qantas announced they would be ending their 30-year associa(...)

Aircraft operated by Virgin Australia Holdings and Qantas Airways’ low-cost unit Jetstar Airways sit on the tarmac at Melbourne Airport in Melbourne. Photograph: Carla Gottgens/Bloomberg

Virgin Australia Holdings said on Wednesday it is returning a third of its fleet of Boeing Co 737 planes to lessors and financiers as part of a turnar(...)

An empty Degraves Street in Melbourne. Stage four coronavirus restrictions are in force across metropolitan Melbourne including a 8pm to 5am curfew, people must remain within a 5km radius of their homes and an hourly limit on exercise has been introduced. Photograph: Erik Anderson/EPA

The man who sent Melbourne into one of the world’s harshest lockdowns hit a milestone recently. The premier of Victoria, Dan Andrews, gave his 50th s(...)

Qantas were ‘on track for another profit above A$1bn when this crisis struck’. Photograph: William West/Getty

Australia’s Qantas Airways said state border closures were severely hampering a recovery in the domestic aviation market, which, alongside its lack of(...)

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European stocks swung to positive territory on Thursday morning, with a jump in shares of Lufthansa and Bayer helping Germany outperform as investors(...)

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